LG Optimus G Pro

LG recently announced the arrival of the LG Optimus G Pro. This phone has been expected, but wasn’t revealed until last week on a Facebook promo video. What’s so great about The G Pro compared to the Optimus G? Well, just about everything inside has been upgraded.

This phone is like the love child of the Samsung Galaxy Note II and The Optimus G. The behemoth is sporting a 5.5 inch, 1080p screen, which in my opinion puts this device into the ‘phablet’ category. I should mention that these are the Korean model’s specs, but they should fit in just fine to the yet-to-be-released North American model. At CES this year, Qualcomm introduced us to the Snapdragon 600 processor. Well guess what, the G Pro will be sporting this brand spanking new processor in it’s array of the latest and greatest mobile technology.

With a more powerful processor and a 5.5 inch 1080p screen it can be assumed that the G Pro sucks up a whole lot more juice that its predecessor. That’s why LG has upgraded this giant to a 3.140mAh battery, which should allow the device to run all day without any issues.

Everything else about the G Pro is pretty much the same as the Optimus G. It still has same camera, expandable memory, and it obviously still rocks the 4G LTE service. The exact release date for the device is MIA at the moment, but we do know that it is expected to be released in Quarter two of this year. More information will be released later this week, so keep an eye out! You don’t want to miss your first chance to get a look at the LG Optimus G Pro.

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3 thoughts on “LG Optimus G Pro

  1. Good grief!! I own a LG Optimus V and recently got the LG Optimus Elite, it is so much better than my older phone as it has a better batter life, slightly larger screen and has a stronger internet signal that I ever had before. Now this new phone you are speaking of is huge.

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